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Copenhagen Day 2: Tuesday, December 8

Dec. 8, 2009 / Posted by: AKitlas / Categories: Blog

Day 2: Tuesday, December 8 Take Action: Tell lead U.S. climate negotiator Jonathan Pershing to stop the back-room dealing in Copenhagen. Sign the petition and our team in Copenhagen will personally deliver all of your names to Mr. Pershing. BREAKI...

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Copenhagen Video Blog

Dec. 8, 2009 / Posted by: KTrout / Categories: Blog

Our team in Copenhagen is creating video updates to give you a first-hand peak at what's happening at the climate negotiations. Check out www.foe.org/copenhagen for more updates and ways to take action!

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Copenhagen Climate Summit Opens: What's at Stake?

Dec. 7, 2009 / Posted by: RConnors / Categories: Blog

By Nick Berning (cross-posted from Open Left) Hi from Copenhagen, where a crucial round of negotiations aimed at yielding a solution to global climate change began this morning. I’m here with three -- soon to be five -- colleagues from Frien...

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Copenhagen Day 1: Monday, December 7

Dec. 7, 2009 / Posted by: AKitlas / Categories: Blog

Day 1: Monday, December 7 Nick provides a brief and clear overview of what's at stake -- from a scientific and social justice perspective -- in efforts to yield a solution to global climate change. Check it out here.

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Don't let Chrysler bail on its electric vehicle promises

Nov. 13, 2009 / Posted by: RConnors / Categories: Blog

Chrysler, the recipient of $15.3 billion in taxpayer-funded bailout money -- granted in part because of its promise to invest in electric vehicle technology -- has just announced it is scrapping its plans for producing large volumes of electric ca...

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Rich countries scheme to ditch Kyoto targets

Nov. 6, 2009 / Posted by: RConnors / Categories: Blog

The final negotiating days before Copenhagen just wrapped up today in Barcelona. At this point, prospects for reaching a meaningful international climate agreement in December are dim. Wealthy countries continue to refuse to make strong commitment...

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